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In order to celebrate our anniversary, we will on May 10th give ONE POUND CAN OF PHOLNIX HOTEL CUP COFFEE which sells at 35 cents, with each 100 POUNDS ZARING'S PATENT FLOUR purchased on May 10th. There will be no change in the price of the Flour on that day: This can of coffee is merely given to show our appreciation of your helping us to celebrate our anniver sary. Don't let this opportunity to get a can of delicious coffee escape you. Remember the dateMay 10th. Any merchant in Richmond or Madison county will have the flour and coffee. Get your can of coffee when you buy the flour : : : :; : : : : : : : : : : : : : Km 1 SUPERIOR Vacuum Cleaner Man-Woman-Child Can Operate It GUARANTEE We guarantee this Vacuin Cleaner to be free from mechanical defects and will replace, without charge, any parts proving defective in material or workmanship for a period, of one year from date of purchase Bennett and Higgins $100 REWARD ' - , Will be paid to any person having any kind of pain or ache, if bnipp'e Quick-Relief Liniment fail to five instant relief and the purchase price . J-J r . 1 uui iciuuucu. iry it anu see. "It Is the mopt wonderful remeiv for r- lileving pain I have ever used." Capt An t.erwn Berry, Lexington, Ky. "I used this liniment and the piln and soreness disappeared like magic. J a lie r W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. "It is the only remedy that has plven tr.e any relief sinre I was paralyzed four years ago." Mr. Susan Welborn, Newburg. icu- "For relieving acliea and pains this lint ment beau anything I ever saw." J. 1: Letion, Lexington, Ky. ,- "This liniment rare almopt Instant relief and has completely cured me of rheuma tism." S. B. i. aiu Paris, Ky. If it Fails to Relieve Any Pain in Any Part of The Body in Fifte n Minutes, Ask For Your Money Back. 50 At All Druggists or Bourbon Remedy Co.. Lexington. Ky. Come to Owen McKee, Richmond Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others do and why not vou. tf All Kinds of chicken feeds and grits. Have you tried Purina Chicken Chowder? 01-tf D. B. McKinney. U. A. Barlow can furnish you with the best Fly Screens, either wood or metal frames. Phone 129. 50-tf We have a full Una of Cow Peas, pure German Millet, Sorghum Seed, Etc. Covington Thorpe Co. 57-tf. Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field seeds at attractive prices. See us before buying, tf It. L. Arnold &, Co. Let Gott Buy Your WooL See A. L. Gott before you sell your wool, lie has has plenty of sacks for you. 57-4t Tobacco Raisers Take Notice. The best tobacco canvas at the price. 42 tf A. Dobrowsky. Money Lost Lost, on Monday, court day, a red co ca cola pocket book containing $9.72; lost either in Richmond or between Richmond and Round Hill; reward. F. H. Tussey, R. D. 1. Good Flour Good Coffee. On Saturday, May 10th, which is the anniversary of Zaring's Flour Mill, you can get a pound package of Phoenix Ho tel Cup Coffee free with each 100 pounds of taring's Pa' em Flour you buy. Good bargain, it seems to us. Read the ad vertisement which appears on our third page. 61-4t GOLDEN and FLORA Have just received a car of finished Monuments, Headstones, etc in the most beautiful designs. No Agents Come direct to us and save agents profits Correct Styles and Prices Right Millinery Ladies' Suits Dresses, Skirts, Shirt Waists, Under wear Hosiery and ... Fancy Notions at r B. E. Belue & Co. Main and Collins Streets V Preaching at Kavanaugh Sun day Afternoon. Elder J. W. Harding, of Winchester, will preach at Kavanaugh School-house Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clook. Tell your neighbors about it. Pound of Coffee Free. Buy 100 pounds of .wring's Patent Flour on Saturday, May 10th, annivei sary of the mill's establishment, and get free a pound of Phoenix Hotel Cup Cof fee. Any merchant in the county will wait on you. Cl-4t Wants to Put 'Lm to Work. Let Itackliam return to hit law, Stan ley to bis Congressional duties and the Governor to his job so that the people can attend to some other things which are more important now than electing a Senator Elizabelhlown News. Your Chance to Buy Lots Messrs. Elmer Dealherage and Joe S. Boggs offer an excellent opportunity to those who want to buy vacant lots. They will have a sale Saturday afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock of some splendid ly located building sites. See "ad." Remember That Sale of Cot tages. Bear in mind that Harris & speakes, the Paris auctioneers and real estate men, will sell four valuable cottages in the East End Monday next, 12th, at 2 p. m. bee advertisement elsewhere or for further particulars call on either Messrs. L. M. Scrivner or II. C. James. Homed Toad. Mr. Clyde Hart brought to this office Wednesday a horned toad that has at tracted much attention. It was found by him in his father's garden and is very probably the one sent to Mrs. Jerry Kel ler by a Texas friend some time last year.' The little reptile was turned loose but did hot go far, or otherwise return ed to the scene of his freedom. It very much resembles the toad, so common to us, with the exception of a large tail and the protuberances covering it and which gives it the name of horned toad. We handle all kinds of Garden Seeds and Plants. 61-tf I. B. McKinney. Munthe's Modern Players. Munthe's Modern Drama Players are still holding the boards at the Grand Op era House and are pleasing all who see and hear them. The attendance for the past two nights has not been what it should have, owing to the several other attractions in town and commencement season, which is upon us. The offering last night was "Drifted Apart," and the work of Mr. La He cix and Miss Lessi and their support was all that could have been asked. Tonight the ever popular old play. East Lynne, will be presented and a good audience should witness it. Miss Lessi. who is especially good in all her work, will take the roll of Lady Isa bel, while Mr. LaRenz will take care of one of the best cliartcters. Tomorrow night. Saturday, "The Trail of The Ser pent" will be the bill, and this will wind up the engagement in this city. Good Investment Four nice, new cottages in the East End are to be sold Monday, May 12th. Harris & Speakes. the Paris real estate men. will sell them at auction. See particulars in advertisement in another column. Cl-4t Richmond, Ky Nonagenarian Puts Head Un der Engine. Frank Brown, of Cohoes, New York, aged 92 years, committed suicide their by placing his head on a rail as a pas senger train on the Delaware & Hudson railroad was approaching. His head and one arm was severed from the body. Last Lynne Tonight East Lynne is a play all should see. Few persons know, perhaps, that East Lynne is taken Irom facts; that each or its character once lived, and that the sad character of Lady Isabel is absolute ly true, tonight. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our sincere thanks lo our friends and neighbors .for their kindress in our sad bereavement. Espe cially do we thank Mr. Swisher and Brother Crutch held for their kindness. MKS. L. D. lil.AKB AND FAMILY. Gave Him The Limit Buster Jackson, of color, whose arrest for booile'iring was detailed in the Her ald last week, was given in three cases $i:t3 for each case. An old tine of tl was also brought up against him, mak ing a total of $IS2. llarrodsburg Her- ad. A Long Freight Train Several weeks ago the L. & X. sent north through Cvntbiana a lreight train of eighty cars. That record was eclipsed t riday, when a train of ninety-three cars went through. The train was made up of seventy-two loaded cars and twenty-one empties, about three-quarters of mile long, which is the longest and heaviest train that ever was pulled over the line. CynlbianA Democrat. Saturday is Coffee and Zaring Flour Day. Tomorrow, Saturday, is coffee and flour day. That is it will be such with many people in Madison county, for lots of them are going to lake ad vantage of that liberal offer the Zaring Milling Co. will make and which appears elsewhere in this paper. Buy a hundred pounds of patent flour and gelling free a pound of Puonix Hotel Cup coffee looks like a bargain to us. Many Disappointments She waits to hear from Charlie, From Charlie in New York -The postman rings, but only brings A sordid pound of pork. She waits to hear from Charlie, And steadfast is her hope. There goes the bel'; another sell. It is a bar of soap. She waits lo hear from Charlie . And gels a jolts of host; For many things besides love notes Arrive by parcel post. Modern Methods of Living While we are battling with the Hook Worm, the Fly, the Mosquito and olher form of germs and germ carriers, many have forgotten one of the worst of these. A great majority of people have been content for years to take up and beat their carpels every fall and spring, knowing that it is impossible to get out all the dust and germs, leaving the car pel much the worse for the beating, but must be content, knowing that they did the best they could. A great many de vices have been brought out and many with some merit but at last a perfect cleaner has been invented which cleans thoroughly and can be operated by a child and without raising any dust from the carpet. W. F. lliggins. Phone 474, will demonstrate free the New Domestic Vacuum Cleaner on your own floors. Call him today, whether you have clean ed house or not. 01-It Kentucky Red Men. Arrangements are being perfected by Miantonome Tribe No. 1 and Haymak ers No 1. of this city, to enterta-in the Great Council of the Improved Order of Hed Men of Kentucky, which will hold its animal convention in Lexington Tues day and Wednesday, May 13 and 14. It was largely through the influence of J. E. Sexton, of Richmond, member of the Finance Committee of the order and one of the most enthusiastic Red men in the Slate, that the council was induced to meet in the Blue grass capital this year. Mr. Sexton, with a large delegation from the Floating Canoe Tribe, of Rich mond, will come here as advance guard of the feathered braves. It is expected that something like 500 members of the order will be here from all pans of the Commonwealth. The convention will be one of the most important' held for some time, inasmuch as it will make some provisions for the welfare of the widows and orphans in the great reser vation of Kentucky, elect the Great Council and take up other mailers of importance in the order. Lexington special to Louisville Times. Dead' Boy Looks at Granny And She Dies. While members of the family and rel atives were grouped about the open cof fin of Mrs. J. R. Burney's three-year-old son listening to his funeral service, the body moved and presently the child clad in its shroud sal up and gazed about the room. His eyes caught those of his grand mother, Mrs. L. P. Smith. 81 years old. The aeed woman stared at the child as if hypnotized, then she sank into a chair deadv As she fell the child dropped back in to the colli n, from which it was quickly snatched by the mother. A physician said there was no hope for the boy and death came a few hours later. Today there were two roffins in the Burner home.' Double service were held and the chi'd and its grandmother were buried side by side Butte,' California, News. " . Is your bouse and barn insured? Bet- er see Burnam. the insurance man. tf S!on On Fire ? Jut the mild, simple wash, the well mown D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema, ind the itch is rone. A trial will prove it. - We have sold other remedies for skin .rouble but none that we could guaran tee as we can the D.D.D. remedy. - If the first regular size $1.00 bottle does not do exactly aa we say, it will not lost you a cent STOCKTON & SON Men's Meeting. At the Methodist church on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. A. P. Jones ill speak lo "men only. Shift the Job Let the Domestic Vacuum Cleaner do the hard work of cleaning your car pets; let it inhale the dust instead of yourself. Sold by W. F. Higgins. 6Ht Putting The Oil On. The oil, ordered nearly a mrn:h ago. has arrived and the work of putting it on the streets is now in progress. Things are going to be smeared up considerably but the good part will come later on. . BIRTHS. A little daughter was born on the 4ih lo Mr. and Mrs. John Reed, of the While Hall section. Edna Reed is the name give n her. Mr. and Mrs. James Currev. of the Speedwell section, have a fine boy a', their home. He has been named for his father. Qerby Tomorrow. The Spring races begin at Ixuisville tomorrow, when the historic Kentucky lerby. the classic event or the year, will be run. Every lover of the sport in the town and counly who can go will take advantage of the opportunity lo see the ponies stretch themselves. The L. & M. offers a reduced round-trip rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the occasion. Trustees Llect Teachers. The trustees of Caldwell High School met Wednesday night and re-elected the teachers up to the 7ih grade. Prof. D. W. Hriugea. the efficient superinten dent, had been re-elected some lime ago. At a meeting to be called later the high school teachers will be elecled. At the same meeting teachers for the Colored High School were elecled, the old faculty being chosen with the ex ception of Green Miller, who did not ap ply. Clementina Turner was elecled lo fill his place. The members of the school board are: W. E Wanton, chairman, Z. T. Rice, A D. Miller, Jesse Cobb, A. M. Davison, John Allman. Bloomer Girls Defeated. That the Richmond base ball team is composed of an ungallant lot no one will doubt, when it is told that they actually beat some girls here Tuesday afternoon. And the worst feature of the case is thai they don't seem a bit ashamed of ihem- selves, it came aooui mis way: some eight or ten "sirlis" came to town that afternoon claiming to be players and the Richmond team was challenged. The challenge was accepted and the result is that ihe girls, known and advertised as "Bloomer Girls" got a drubbing at the ratio of 7 to 1. The Bloomers put up a pretty good game, however, and made some clever plays. A large crowd wit nessed it and "rooted" bard for the women, but could not pull them into winning place. Death of a Little Boy. Little John Andrew Davis, the IS months old son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Davi", of Union City, died at their home Wednesday from erysipelas. He had been ill since the 14th of April and was not so strong as most children of his age, but he made a hard struggle for his life. Friends and relatives made strong en deavor lo save the little life, but all 'in vain. The Master had called him. While it is hard to give him up, those who loved him have the consolation of knowing that he is where there is no more sorrow or pain and is asleep in the arms of Jesus. A wide circle of friends extend their sympathy to the bereaved parents. A short time before death came, he raised his little hands and pointed with one linger upward. This greatly impressed the family, as they felt that little Johnny could see far into the land, that is fairer than day. A Friend. Annual Reception Day and May Day Exercises. This Annual Fete Day at Eastern Kentucky State Normal School is the big day of the year. Both Model and Nomal Schools will keep open house. The general program will be as follows; (1) 8:00 to 9:45 a. m., Model School and Normal School in regular rooms special program for visitors. (2) 10:00 to 12:00 m., special program in chapel, comprising Roman Wedding, comic dialogue "No Peddlers Wanted," and the cantata Cinderella in Flower Land. All departments of the school will be represented in this. ' (3) Picnic lunch free to all visitors. (4) 1:00 lo 2:00 special program in Model Schools. (5) 2:00 to 4:00 p. m., May Day pro cessions and campus festivities includ ing an original fantasy, "A Mid-Summer Day's Dream," produced by Mr. Sloit, high school exercises, directed by Mr. Hoskinson and dumb bell exercises, wand drills, and ring drills given by grades of Model School. . ' - . - (0) 4:00 p. m., base-ball game be tween Western and Eastern- Normal Schools. ' ' (7) 8:00 p. m.., The Senior play, "A Case of Suspension," given by Model High School, directed by. principal Hos kinson. Also a special musio and an Italian Folk Play. A mounted exhibit of all the 'work done -in every department both in Nor mal and Model Schools has been pre pared and will be presented to the visi tors. . This will include regular work, domestic science, sewing, cooking, dem onstration, agriculture, sciences, manual training, drawing, art, etc. Much at tention has been given to special pro grams throughout the day. All of the exercises of the day are free and open to the public. The parenls of the children in the Model Schools are expected to be pre sent all day; the entire community is invited to spend the day with the schools. Let everyone don his gala at tire and be on hand early. Start the day at eight o'clock, a. m. Admission to the night entertainment 10 cents. - - Friday Specials 3:30 p. m. Second Baseball game be tween Western and Eastern.. Admission 25 cents. . 8:00 p. m.' Al Chapel. "The Sleeping Beauty" presented by Miss. Dilling's pupils, and additional entertaining fea tures. Admission 10 cu..- -' Saturday Specials , ;.:30 p. m. Third game between West ern and Eastern. Admission 25 cts. 8:00 p. m In Chapel, "Mr. Bob," with additional entertaining features. Aa mission 10 cts. PERSONAL Miss MaUagan, of Chicago, is visiting Mrs. Charles Powell. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Veatch, of Lexing ton, were wilh friends here. Miss Mary Earle Old ham is visiling Miss Elizabeth Searcy at Waco. Mrs. Gregory, of Louisville, is visiling her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Million. Mrs Carrie Davidson, of Lancaster, is wiih her daughter, Mrs. Z. T. Rice. Mr. Herbert Scrivner, of Winchester, is with his falher and sisters here. Mrs. Spotswood of Lexington was the guest of Mrs. C. J. Hales th.s week. Mr. Buster Fife of Crab Orchard has been visiling home folks this week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Walker and Mr. R. E. Turley are in Lexington today. Mr. Robert Harris, of the L. & N. R. R , is spending the week wiih homefolks. Mrs. John Allman is visiling her brother, Mr. J. R. Smith, in Frankfort. Mr. Clay Kauffman. of Lancaster, was the guest of Miss Van Greenleaf this Mrs. Harwood, of Pittsburg, is the guest of Mrs. M. C. Kelloeg on the Sum mit. Mrs. R. F. Spears has returned lo her home in Lexington after a two weeks visil here. Mrs jilkerson. of Lexington, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. V E. Blanlon, this week. Mrs. A. II. Severance, of Stanford. spent several days wiih her falher. Dr. M. C. Heath. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Searcy, are visiting their dansrhier, Mrs. J. W. Stewart, at Tallega, Ky. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap tist church met with Mrs. Jonah Wagers Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith has re turned to her home in Frankfort after a visit ot several days here. Mr. Robert Burnam, Jr., left Thurs day for Baltimore lo consult his cousin. Dr. Burnam, of that place. Miss Marion Noland, who has been in Cincinnati Conservatory of Music ibis winter, has returned home. Miss Polly Duane Tray lor, of this city, was .a guest at the Bridge party given by Miss Lillie Cecil at Danville. Mrs. Nannie Jewell Embry. of Wil more, is' visiting Mrs. Asa Jewell, on Ash land avenue Lexington Herald. Mr. John D White is one of the many Richmond people who will seethe Derby tomorrow. He left this afternoon. Dr. Hansford Far is, of Si. Louis, and Mr. Alex Faris, of Lawrenceburg, are here attending the trial of Brack Maupin. Mr. Jesse Cobb, who has been ill a long time, was able to drive downtown today and his many friends gave him the glad hand. The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the Christian church was held with Mrs. W. H. Douglas Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jennings Greenleaf and Utile daughter and Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond were the guest the past week of Mrs. Emma Kauffman. Lancaster Record. The Sunday school teachers of the Christian church met with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Turley Tuesday evening. After the lesson was discussed delicious re freshments were served. Miss Martha Rowlott celebrated her 21st birthday May 3rd by having with her a number of her friends al a delightful supper. The evening was spent most enjoyably. Mr. T. S. Todd is back from Dayton, O., where he went for some of the fin ishing lumber for the Christian church. He says the half has never been told about the damage the flood did that city. At a luncheon given by Miss Hester Lowry at Niuholasville, announcement of the engagement of Miss t rances Roy to Lawrence D. Ward, of Lexington, was made.' The wedding will take place June 5ih. Miss Maggie Sacray, who successfully operates photograph galleries at Stan ford and Danville. is at the Schlegel stu dio to-day and tomorrow for the purpose of taking pictures. She is an artist in her chosen line. i Dr. W. G. White returned Thursday night from Chicago, where he was called by the serious illness of bis brother, Mr. Henry W. White. He left him som what improved but regards his condition as yet very critical. Mr. T. C. Chenault, wife and Miss Nancy Chenault, of Nicliolasville, and Mrs. F. W.Miller and daughter. Miss Matha Miller, of Sanford, Fla , who are visiting them, were here Thursday to see the aged Mrs. Sarah DeJarnett, who continues ill. One of the most beautiful social func tions ever given in Richmond was the afternoon of music given by Miss Helen Bennett Wednesday afternoon. It was 'he regular meeting'of theCecilian Club with several extra numbers on the pro gram and & great many invited guests Those who were on the program were Mesdames Johnson, M. C. Kellogg, Har vey Chenault, Hale Dean, A. R. Denny, G. W. Pickles, D. B. Shackelford. Mis ses Jamie Ca perton. Florence Rogers, and Laura Bright. Miss Bennett's en tire house was a profusion of beautiful flowers, the centerpiece being ot pink and white sweet peas and the bonbons were in sweet peas and snowballs to cor respond wiih the house decorations. The out of town guests were; Mrs. Fred A. Wallace, President of Kentucky Club of New York City; Mrs. Tom Henry Clay, Jr.; Mrs. T. ). Smith of Frank fori; Mrs. Richard Lacey, Franklin, Ky.; Mrs. Tom Uenry Clay, Sr.; Mrs. Miller Ward; Mrs. Arthur Hancock; Mrs. Cates by. Woodford, of Paris; Mrs. Geo. Baker; Miss Ann Baker, and Mrs. W. Rogers Clay, of Frankfort; Mrs. A. H. Severance and Mrs. Wm. H. Shanks, of Stanford; Miss MaHagan, of Chicago, the guest of Mrs Dean; Mrs. Harford, of Piltburg, the guest of Mrs. Kellogg. Bowmar Mammoth Cave Trip. Personally conducted, three-days' trip to Mammoth Cave, leaving Richmond Thursday, June 5. $12.50 pays all ex penses. Different from ordinary excur sions. Party limited. . Also all-expense tours to the Seashore, the Lakes and Yellowstone Park in July and August. Write Bowmar's Tours. Versailles, Ky., for folders and booklets, or see the L. & N. II. R. Agent. . ... 62-7t Looks Like a Hung Jury. As stated last issue the jury in case of the Commonwealth against Brack Mau pin for killing James Faris was secured by 3:30 Tuesday afternoon. The follow ing gentlemen compose il: O. M. Brock, L. M. Tipton. Pendleton Tracy, John R. Pates, Jake Shearer, Sam Phelps, Jas. M. DeJnrnett, Robt. Tnrpin, J. II. Oldham, Thos. Ellison, U. K. Moberly, Jerry Chambers. It is one of the most intelligent look ing juries seen here on a murder trial for many a day. The taking or testimony was begun Wednesday morning and by noon Ihe prosecution had exhausted its witness es. In the afternoon Mr. Maupin was called to the stand and was given a grill ing examination. He made a splendid witness, at no time showing signs or ex citement. All of yesterday was taken up with the examination of the defence witnesses and cross-examination and al adjournment the evidence of both sides was in. Last mif lit speeches were made by Attorneys William L. Wallace for the defense and W. B. Smith for the prosecution, both gentlemen acquitting themselves most creditably. Al 8 o'cl'k this morning Mr. C. C. Wallace spoke for the defense, and was followed by Floyd Byrd for Ihe prosecution, who in turn was followed by Hon. Tevis Cobb, for the defense. Commonwealth s At torney Ben A. Outcher having the tinal argument. All of the geullemen have reason to be proud of their splendid ef forts. The court house was crowded al each session and when the speaches were made many were unable to gain entrance. so great was the desire to hear the dis tinguished gentlemen who took part in the trial. The defense was ably assisted by Mr John Noland. Our people are well acquainted with the circumstances concerning the killing which occurred about noon on October court day of last year. The town was crowded at the time and excitement for a while was widespread. A irial for bail followed and he was allowed it in the sum of $5,000, which he readily gave. The case was given to ihe jury at 1:10 this afternoon, but at 3:50 when we went to press, no verdict had been rendered. It is generally believed that Ihe jury will fail lo agree on a verdict. Served Him Right A Mississippi woman whose husband complained of her cooking shot him lo death as he sat at the table. Great is That. Music. The music at the Opera House grows belter and better. 1'rof. Fueling and assistants receive applause each number they render. Hon. J. A. 'Sullivan Improving News comes from Lexington that Hon. J. A. Sullivan, who is in a hospital there. is doing nicely and his friends believe that it will not be long before he is en tirely cured. M. F. I. Closing Lxercises Be gin To-night The closing exercises of Madison Fe male Institute begin lo-night with chil dren's exercises at the chape), beginning at 7:30. Sunday at 11 o'clock Dr. R. 11. Crossfield, of Transylvania University, will preach the Baccalaureate sermon al the First Presbyterian church. Opera House Will be Dark Next Week The Grand Opera House will be dark all of next week. Manager Baxter wants to do some spring cleaning, touching up, papering, ec., and in order to do this he deems it advisable to close his house for six full days. He has had a good season and is duly grateful to his patrons for it. The house will be open ed again Monday week. May 19th, when ihe best moving pictures and highest class vaudeville will be given nightly. Our line of Coffees are as fine as you can get in any market. Give them a trial. Covington Thorpe Co. 57-lf. Hungarian Partridges Don't Kill Them. Mr. R. C. II. Covington turned loose six paiis of Hungarian partridges on his farm on Drowning Creek yesterday and should you see a bird resembling a phea sant and almost as large, don't kill it. Mr. Covington and Messrs. K. R. Bur nam and U. E. Turley bought these birds up in Pennsylvania and want them to multiply, as do all true lovers of sport. Give M. M. Hamilton a month's trial in groceries an d meat and you will be p leased. He is at Vaughn's old stand on East Main street. Phone 611. 57-41 Reliable Water Bottles The ordinary hot water bottle soon becomes leaky and unfit for use. The "Kantleek" will not become leaky it is always ready for use. The "Kantleek" Bottle is absolute ly gwarant J to be perfect in work manship and materials. If it shows any imperfections with in two years from date of purchase,' the manufacturers guarantee to give you another one without charge. This written guarantee cornea with every article. KANTLEETf are made of the finest Para rubber and are triply re-enforced at the seams. They have nnooth white-Mtin finiab. oft and plMn( to tb touch. Yet Uxy an so tough and strong that they will aot erack or nun. . Every bottle full capacity. Tha priea m ao h ichor than ordinary aoa guarantaad bottlea. Com In and them. W ara the atelusiva as .ata. Wa aava a full Una of rabbar pioua which wa will be pleaaed to show you Foaataia Syriaaea Face Saga, lea Cajie. ata. PERRY'S .Agent Saturday Evening Post and Ladies' Home Journal. Keep taty HEALTHY, . . Mr. and Mrs. New Parents To have a happy, HEALTHY BABY, ycu must keep him comfortable. to tetter advantage than in a sanitary taty bed, a springy go-cart and a high-chair. We have all the latest invention in furniture for the babies, God bless 'em! Bring them to us when young; when they come baclc to us. You will find that the baty cannot kick out our goods. You will not kick at our prices. W. F. HIGGINS Furniture, Carpets Stoves and Ranges Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond. Ky Baby Carriages Re-tired While You Walt. . Passing of an Old Landmark. Work of tearing down the home of Mr. 11 J. McKee, on West Main street, was begun yesterday morninir, and tliui one of the old landmarks of the city will disappear. This is one of the ollet homes in Richmond, but some of the timber used in it is almost as good as it was the day it was placed in position. The building was erected in old and honest days, when quality counted for more than il does now. Mr. McKee's home, which will cost about $7,000, will be a pretty and modern one. Jersey Cow Yor Sale. For sale at once, a good Jersey cow, fresh and tine milker. G. li. Corxt'lius, Richmond. til tf a RICHMOND p JUISL 25 TO JULYrs4 Where Cleanliness Reigns We like to meet you face to face, That would be our choice; But when this can't be the ease, We hope to hear your voice. Use Telephones 223 and 16 For Choice Groceries, Garden Seed of all kinds, Pumpkin Seed, Best German Millet We guarantee them all to be best quality 4JVTT VII VrV Groceries, China Business For Sale - Having decided to erect a building and move to the railroad tracks to engage ia the exclusive wholesale grocery business, I desire to sell privately, my Retail Store Stock and Fixtures, located in the Clay Building, Post ofiice Block, Richmond, Ky. This business is a moneymaker and the stock is considered the finest and most sanitary stock of High grade Merchandise in Central Kentucky. Fixtures oi the most modern type, and are designed especially for the building. Long lease on building. This business is too well known to need further description. If you are interested call and I will be glad to answer any ques tions or give any tacts concerning this business. Call on or. address Samuel R. Hurst Clay Building Box 486 Richmond, Ky l-S'-'j-i-r- - J W V ' 7... " You can invest no money are old they will Mrs. U. H. Tomlinson Dead at Lancaster. Mrs. R. H. Tomlinson. afe of the well-known 1-anca-ter attorney and sis ter of Mr. John R Marrs. of Hotel (ilyndun, died al her home Tuesday af ternoon after an illness covering a erio. of years. !he was a daughter of ihe laie Stephen and Margaret M irrt and whs one of Lancaster's ntiest a;id best wo men, liesides her husbund. she is sur vived by one daughter. .Miss Anrieile Tomlinson. and two sons. H;rrv and Rubert Tomlinson. Jr. he :ts j-1 ye:irs old and had lonjr been a devout tnem oer of the Presbyterian church. Th burial occurred Thursday afternoon af ter funeral services at home. i 1 f lvlVlllllvJ and field 5eeds C Mm 5s- Pretty.